20 Wedding Saree Ideas To Inspire You!

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That, there is no match to the grace and elegance of an Indian saree, is old news. No wonder generations of women opted for the timeless nine yards on their wedding days – all our moms included! This is why every time a bride opts for a saree over a lehenga, heads turn, on Instagram and in real life. For this piece, we’ve compiled all our favourite wedding saree ideas (and the brides who rocked them!) of recent times.

Scroll, save and shop – lots of wedding saree snspiration ahead!

This gorgeous Sabyasachi red working its magic in the palaces of Udaipur is just as beautiful….

…as these red sarees!

Image Courtesy: Fotowalle – The Story Folks

Image Courtesy: Aanchal Dhara Photography


And what about this easy bride off-white? It is perfect for a beach walk down the aisle!

 

brides of sabyasachi white sarees
Image Courtesy: Brides of Sabyasachi

 

 

Brides make sure to experiment with the colour and fabric of your blouses, like these gorgeous brides here… 

Image Courtesy: Naman Verma

Image Courtesy: Naman Verma

 

And how about this sequinned wonder…

 

sequinned bridal saree
Image Courtesy: Lumiere Wedding Company

Also Read: Beautiful Blouse Design Ideas for a Winter Wedding

Definitely invest in a separate stylish head dupatta that’ll help complete your bridal look:

head dupatta bridal saree
Image Courtesy: Dilli Wale Weddings

head dupatta bridal saree Image Courtesy: Bhumi & Simran Photography

bridal dupatta
Image Courtesy: Dhanika Choksi Photography

 

Opt for a jewelled belt to add some structure to your look!

bridal saree with jewelled belt
Image Courtesy: Bhumi & Simran Photography

saree bride with jewelled belt Image Courtesy: The Picture Patch Photography

Also Read: Anita Dongre’s  Festive Winter 2019 collection is #WeddingGoals

And like our moms always say, don’t overdo the pins!
Once your makeup artist is done with the draping, walk around and try sitting on a low-chair that’ll match your mandap height and get comfortable with movement in the pleats.

Image Courtesy: Mark Swaroop

ProTip from The Millennial Bridesmaid – make sure you have a separate dupatta/ fabric that’ll be used for the gath-bandhan during the hindu wedding ceremony. An easy way to do this is by using a separate dupatta that your groom has around his neck which you can just hold in your hand for the pheras. No hassle of getting tied down literally!

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